Following the stepping down of Ed Simons (Radboud University Nijmegen), euroCRIS President from 2013 to 2020, Sadia Vancauwenbergh at U Hasselt in Flanders, Belgium, has been elected new euroCRIS President for the term 2021-2022.
Once the deadline was reached last Fri evening for the polls to elect a new euroCRIS Board for the 2-year term 2021-2022, the results are already in: the new Board will have eight members, a perfect gender parity and representation from six EU countries.
Two euroCRIS presentations on "Roles and Competencies of CRIS Managers" and "The role of research projects in CERIF" will be delivered at the 7th Omega-PSIR User Group meeting being held as a virtual event from Mon Dec 7th to Thu Dec 10th.
The elections for the new euroCRIS Board for the term 2021-2022 have been launched on Thu Nov 19th, 2020. Eleven candidates from nine different countries are listed on the electionrunner app dashboard that is being used for polling purposes. Seven of them will be chosen by institutional and personal euroCRIS members to join the new Board that will officially start its term in the New Year.
The Virginia-based Tambellini Group has released their 2020 update to the comparison of leading Faculty Information Systems (FIS), Research Information Management Systems (RIMS), and in Europe Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) vendor solutions in the global higher education market.